DeepWars Battle Report – Atalans vs. Dark Mariners 800 points

A guest video bat rep of the very fun Deep Wars game from the Cranky Old Gamer!

I just finished composing a video battle report for DeepWars, the undersea tactical miniatures combat game by Antimatter Games. This battle report is an 800 point battle (roughly 8-10 models per side) between the Ancients of Atalan vs. the Dark Mariners. In this first battle report, the two opposing factions battle for supremacy over the center objective of the map. This being our first video battle report, we go over some mechanics and go into details for the dice roll modifiers, etc, to help the newcomer to DeepWars better understand the game. Check out the link inside to see the full recap of the action!


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6 Responses to “DeepWars Battle Report – Atalans vs. Dark Mariners 800 points”

  1. gvcolor August 17, 2016 9:00 am #

    I keep eyeing both Deep Wars and Dark Age for the miniatures and game settings – might need to try this, it looks like $100 would cover two starter sets of minis and a rule book…

    Kudos to these guys for pushing out a game that is not yet another space science-fiction miniature or zombie fighting game.

    • Greg (aka Cranky) August 17, 2016 9:17 am #

      Yes – I really love this game and have become hooked! We’ll be doing a series of battle reports, stay tuned for more. Our next game films on Sept. 9. And you’re absolutely correct – you don’t need a ton of miniatures to play this game, $100 to $200 is plenty to get you a lot of variety to keep things interesting. I also love the fact that you can get a bunch of cheap, pre-painted terrain by going to your local aquarium store (or Amazon for that matter!)

  2. gvcolor August 17, 2016 9:03 am #

    This is the correct link for Antimatter:

  3. AngryPanda August 17, 2016 1:39 pm #

    Well done vid and thanks for showing something beside the usual big name. Seeing this actualy played is just so much more helpful in getting a feeling for an interesting game than just looking at the minis or reading a review.

    • Greg (aka Cranky) August 17, 2016 5:53 pm #

      Thank you! Appreciate the feedback. I agree – seeing the game played is a big plus.

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